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Bullington Gardens Events & Workshops
95 Upper Red Oak Trail, Hendersonville NC 28792
Call (828) 698-6104 for reservations
The Botanical Gardens at Asheville offers many helpful and informative classes designed to deepen your relationship to the region’s flora and fauna and to help you successfully landscape with natives. We enjoy relationships with many of the region’s naturalist experts. Thanks to their generosity, we can offer our community an in-depth and affordable look at one of the world’s most unique and diverse native habitats.
During the warmer months, the Friends of the Oklawaha Greenway will host “Oklawaha Greenway Walks and Talks,” a series of educational outings. The programs are open to the public at no charge. Meet at Patton Park in the circular pavilion near the basketball courts. The walks will be about 90 minutes, returning to Patton Park. For more information about “Walks and Talks Along the Greenway” contact Jack Robinson, Friends of Oklawaha Greenway, at 828-335-2479 or email@example.com.
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AUG 18 – CANCELLED!
Rattlesnake Lodge, Blue Ridge Parkway
Laurel River Trail, Hot Springs Area
Fri 9 AM
Discover Natural Transylvania is a monthly program series at the Transylvania County Library exploring the place where we live, work, and play. Presenters include experts in the fields of ecology, biology, geology, flora, fauna, outdoor recreation, and more. The programs are on the first Thursday evening of most months at 6:30 pm in the Rogow Room. Each program lasts approximately one hour. Light refreshments are provided. These free programs are supported by the Friends of the Library. June-September programs are listed below. There will not be an October program because of Book Sale set-up.
Thursday, August 3—6:30 pm “The Geology of Transylvania County and Vicinity: Mountains, Faults, Waterfalls, Landslides and More” by Rick Wooten, Senior Geologists, NC Department of Environmental Quality
Thursday, September 7—6:30 pm “Protecting Your Home from Wildfires” by Transylvania Ranger, Buster Rogers
Bag Lunch Arts
Our monthly Bag Lunch Arts Series spotlights authors, artists, performers, and speakers sharing their talent and knowledge. Held on the third Tuesday of most months at 12 noon in the Rogow Family Community Room. Patrons are encouraged to bring along a bag lunch to enjoy before the program. Cookies and coffee are courtesy of the Friends of the Library. Programs last approximately one hour.
Wildflower Walks in Black Mountain
Coordinator: Jim Poling (email@example.com)
Leaders: Anyone who loves Wildflowers
Most of our walks are local—Montreat, BMT Recreation Park, Warren Wilson College. We will take one or two trips to the Parkway. Meet at Lake Tomahawk Parking Lot on Rhododendron Ave. Black Mountain, NC. We will carpool to another location where there are wildflowers!
Thursday, Aug 10, 2017 – 9:00–11:00am
Thursday, Sep 14, 2017 – 9:00–11:00am
What’s Bugging Our Forests?
Dr. Jill Sidebottom of NCSU Extension will discuss how to identify and get rid of invasive insects on your trees.
Wednesday August 23, 2017 from 10 to noon.
Cedar Mountain Community Center, 10635 Greenville Hwy, Cedar Mountain, NC 28718
Free and open to the public. Call (828) 884-3109 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to RSVP.
Our seasonal Native Plant Sale is coming up just around the corner! Join us on Friday, August 25th and bring home a few of the native plants featured in the gardens of Southern Highlands Reserve. The sale will be open at the Reserve from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on Friday, August 25th.
We will have many of the azaleas and other shrubs you have seen at the Reserve available for sale in either 1-gallon or 4-inch containers. Each plant has been grown with care from hand-collected seed.
We accept credit cards and checks made payable to the Southern Highlands Reserve for your purchase.
Visitor’s Days are held the first Tuesday of each month, April – October. Visitor Days provide the perfect outing for backyard gardeners, plant enthusiasts or professionals in the fields of horticulture, design and ecology. Visitor’s Days are best suited for first-time guests to SHR and are led by a Garden Tour Docent.
Tours begin promptly at 10:00 am and will last 2 to 2.5 hours. Please arrive at 9:30 – 9:45 for check in. Directions provided will give you an idea of approximate drive time. Roads to the gardens are curvy; plan according to your riders’ comfort level.
Visit http://www.southernhighlandsreserve.org/events to make your reservations using our new online reservation system. Advance registration is required for all tours and events at the Reserve. We require names and email addresses of each member of your party at the time of registration. Please have them ready when you make your reservations.
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